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Presentation: How to Create Your Own Business Website

Friday, 5/6/2022
11:00 - 12:00

Learn the basics of website design: picking a domain name, information hierarchy, content strategy, layout, branding and how to create a basic online store. Walk away with the foundational basics of creating a website that empowers you to continue to build, maintain and scale it alongside your burgeoning business.

Neil Torrefiel is a member of the LGBT community, first-generation Filipino-American and native San Franciscan. Torrefiel is the founder of Summer, a digital creative studio on a mission to support the vision of social impact organizations through digital storytelling. They focus on furthering social justice, equity, and inclusion thru virtual event streaming, digital strategy and online experiences.

Prior to starting his own creative firm, he was an Experience Designer/Researcher and has consulted as a digital strategist for social entrepreneurs across Southeast Asia and East Africa. He’s worked across tech, creative agency, social impact and vehicle autonomy, including Uber, Dreamworks, Samsung, Oracle, City and County of San Francisco, SF Department of Health, Epsilon and Apple.


An ongoing series of virtual programs focused on supporting job and career seekers, personal finance needs and small business resources.

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This program is sponsored by Friends of the San Francisco Public Library.


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